Grateful Dead Live at Greensboro Coliseum on 1983-10-09
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
3 Audio Technica ATM 11s > Sony TCM D-5 > MC, Cass > CD-R: MC > Sony TC-we 435 > analog Coax Cables > analog inputs > Philips CDR 870 > CD-R (see notes in info file); taped, Cass > CD-R conversion by Mark Horvath; CD-R> EAC 3x > .wavs compared by MD5s and EAC's .wav compare tool > Cool Edit (rejoin tracks and fades, see note in info) > CD-WAV (Re-Tracking) > MKW ACT 0.96 > SHN, by Jan Welch; d2 tracked for 80 min
- 2004-06-20 16:45:14
- Greensboro, NC
- 3 Audio Technica ATM 11s > Sony TCM D-5 > MC, Cass > CD-R: MC > Sony TC-we 435 > analog Coax Cables > analog inputs > Philips CDR 870 > CD-R (see notes in info file)
- Greensboro Coliseum
Subject: Space>NFA>Sugar Mag>Baby Blue
The second set continues with the fire. A few missed lyrics on Touch of Grey but its a good way to get things started. Estimated quickly sets the vibe for the second set, and it snakes along hypnotically without stagnating. Jerry is seriously on fire in the bridge jam and the outro is precision GD music. I find the transitions in the second set to be superb, starting with Jerry shredding the way into Eyes and the band not missing a beat. Eyes is short but played wickedly fast with JG delivering rapid series of articulate crescendos. This version ends quickly with Jerry leading the smooth transition to Women R Smarter, which is a monster version. Hot solos and great backup vocals by Brent, even more so on the blazing NFA, which has a very sweet lead in. Once again, Jerry leads the way into Sugar Mags, playing the them on his own for a number of bars before the band comes in to rage this one home. Encore is sweetly sung and played.
Listen to this one for great singing (Brent and Jerry) and hot transitions in the second set.
Subject: much-overlooked show
This show has been overlooked, possibly due to MSG shows shortly thereafter, when the boys broke out St. Stephen. The previous night in Richmond is also well worth the acquisition.
Subject: What about Peggy-O
IMHO one of the best ever - rivals great ones like Boston '77 (although very different)... this one's solo just builds and builds and not a missed note.
Also, the little riff after "guineas clink" is an awesome touch.
Big RR >Let It grow to end the first set was sweeeeet.
Subject: Would be great but....
Subject: Sugar Mag rocks-
Subject: Another case of....
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Subject: Sleeper Show
Subject: my 1st too
Subject: Get this show!!
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